Η μόδα είναι ένα πολύ σημαντικό κομμάτι της ζωής πολλών ανθρώπων, το στυλ όμως είναι μια μοναδική έκφραση του κάθε άντρα ξεχωριστά. Αυτό κατά τη γνώμη μας επιτυγχάνεται κυρίως με απλούς τρόπους, από άτομα που γνωρίζουν την φιλοσοφία του καλού ντυσίματος και τι επιτυγχάνει.
Μια μέθοδος που βοηθά πολύ σ αυτή την κατεύθυνση, είναι η επιλογή ενός κλασικού κομματιού και η μελέτη για το πως ενσωματώνεται στα look. Εν αρχή το navy blazer και μερικές πολύ καλές ιδέες για κάθε μέρα της εβδομάδας.!
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How To Look After Your Blazer
Wearing anything for seven days straight is going to take its toll on the garment. And as the idea is for the blazer to look deconstructed, not decomposing, we spoke to Andy Savva, general manager of London’s most exclusive dry cleaners, Jeeves of Belgravia, to get his tips for keeping it fresh between wears.
Improve Your Hanger Game
Very few people consider this, but having the correct size hanger is vital. The ends must meet the seam where the jacket sleeve is attached to the body. Any shorter and it will stretch the drop of the shoulders, which then causes the blazer to lose its shape.
Body heat will generally rid the blazer of most soft creases, but after several days wear hard creases can develop, particularly around the elbow. These require a high-quality iron or steamer to relax the fibres.
Never attempt to actually iron the jacket, as the heat from the iron’s plate can cause all sorts of problems like glazing, shining, or flattening of the nap. Instead, hang the jacket up and gently apply steam from around six to eight inches away from the fabric.
Brush For Life
Any material with a raised fibre (i.e. most wools or cashmere) will respond well to a gentle going over with a soft brush at the end of every wear. Not only does this remove any debris collected during the day, but it also loosens the fibres, making them stand up again like when the jacket was first bought.
Trapped Air Is Your Friend
When storing a blazer, use polythene bags, but always leave them open at them bottom. Doing this traps air inside so there’s a cushion to prevent creasing, but also allows the garment to breathe. At Jeeves we always recommend you pack your suitcase with a polythene bag for the same reason. The other option is breathable garment covers.
Do The Dab
Never rub stains. Only ever dab at them with a clean damp cloth and allow the fabric to dry naturally. Be careful not to over-soak as this could create bigger problems such as water marks. If you feel like the stain is not going to come out, save yourself a headache and send it to a professional.